So you keep stumbling onto a tagging scenario where you can type @ to tag a person, but you find yourself wondering, do I need to @ somebody, every time I leave a comment?
In this video, we’ll cover tasks comments and and what happens when you chat with someone on your team: who sees it, how chats, conversations and comments really work in ClickUp, and how it call comes together.
Want to skip to a topic? Use the table of contents:
00:00 – Introduction
00:37 – Want more insights? Join ClickingUp! (https://processdriven.co)
01:04 – Should I tag them if they are watcher?
03:15 – Need to tag a non-watcher? Do it before commenting!
03:48 – To be safe, make tagging a habit.
04:45 – Don’t forget chat widget watchers!
05:31 – Make sure they get that notification, no matter what.
Watchers & ClickUp Notifications | Tutorial for beginner ClickUp users managing notifications
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